Discriminating against discriminators?

An interesting debate has reached the Supreme Court questioning the legality of one California law school’s refusal to recognize a Christian student group on their campus because the group won’t let gays in. Currently, the school’s chapter of the Christian Legal Society receives no financing or benefits from the school — but is it legal for the school to discriminate against discriminators? After heated testimony from the group Monday, the court is expected to rule sometime this summer, the Associated Press reports.